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May 17, 2012
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Jon Lai wrote: I think anyone who thinks we'll dip into the 15's is a bit delusional - the share unlock has been known since forever. These price movements are just shorts trying to make some money.
15.96 is the next daily support. it honestly wouldn't surprise me if we test that. that's only 10% away.
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Aug 17, 2013
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out of TRST at 12.30...

I learned my lesson on the other NYSE listing, stock price usually drops after the listing.
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Ontario
orianna wrote: out of TRST at 12.30...

I learned my lesson on the other NYSE listing, stock price usually drops after the listing.
Smart. I am still bagholding shares at 12.5 and I am hoping for a run to 14 before selling.
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May 30, 2005
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I know I flipped TRST 3 times today, but I couldn't help myself when I saw it break previous HOD and bought a smaller swing position to hold overnight when it broke 12.15. A bit more risky so a smaller position. Considering it closed at HOD, I am expecting a gap up, at which point I'll probably sell into strength around 9:45am.
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esoxhntr wrote: 15.96 is the next daily support. it honestly wouldn't surprise me if we test that. that's only 10% away.
It's certainly possible, but if you look at the way up and way down, those were basically one huge moves. It's more likely we'll form a higher low on a single move than test resistance right away.
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Aug 17, 2013
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Toronto
Pterion wrote: Smart. I am still bagholding shares at 12.5 and I am hoping for a run to 14 before selling.
I'm sure it will hit 14 but I was also sure the other times. made 900 so i'm happy for now. Profit is profit.
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orianna wrote: I'm sure it will hit 14 but I was also sure the other times. made 900 so i'm happy for now. Profit is profit.
Taking profit is always good. We’ve run 100% straight up so far, and it’s pretty much guaranteed the US traders will want to try to push this thing down once it starts trading stateside. There’s just too much room to form a higher low for them to leave money on the table.
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Mar 27, 2008
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picked up some lxx on today's drop
My Rogers Plan: 250 DT, Unlim. inc., Unlim. E/W @ 8pm, 100 CDN LD, 100 txt sent/unlim. rec., CID/VM/Call forward & transfer = $15.90/month after all tax and fees.
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Still holding 1800 unrealized profit on TRST, might be time to exit tomorrow. Seems overextended to me.
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pentexplorer wrote: Still holding 1800 unrealized profit on TRST, might be time to exit tomorrow. Seems overextended to me.
Almost guaranteed to form a lower high, in my opinion, compared to ATH, before breaking ATH, unless there is some big material news that is released. I would imagine bears will try to form that lower high before their earnings release in March so they can play it safe.
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Chartman Dan says he will eat a raw potato if TRST breaks ATH Face With Tears Of Joy

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